How to Help for Sweaty Sleepers
You may have experienced night sweat, especial in the hot July --difficult to fall asleep, or constantly kicks off your covers during the night. You are not alone, a lot of adults has the same experience.
The good news is that there are a few tips you can take to reduce the amount that you sweat at night. Below, learn more about night sweats and get tips on how to stay cool and dry at night.
Besides the underlying medical conditions, such as Thyroid disease and disorders,
Anxiety, Diabetes, Menopause, Lymphoma, Idiopathic hyperhidrosis (chronic sweating)and Hormone disorders.
Most cases of night sweats are nothing to worry about. There are more common causes of night sweats, such as Spicy food or hot drinks, Hot weather, hot sleeping environment, Exercising before bed.
There are some of easy things you can do to help reduce night sweats and to prevent night sweats from robbing you of a good night’s sleep.
- Rethink Your Diet –Reduce spicy food and alcohol intake
- Adjust the Temperature- the ideal room temperature for sleep is somewhere between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit, try to adjust the air conditioner to the comfortable temperature range.
- Choose Breathable Bedding- this is the most saving solution, but it is very effective. Breathable and cooling bedding product, such as bamboo sheet, cooling bed pillow, comforter and even your pajamas, they touch your skin directly. Just imagine, when you touch the bed pillow with cool touch feeling, it will be very cool and amazing.
- Avoid Exercise Before Bed – Exercising temporarily raises your core body temperature, which may contribute to night sweats. Avoid any exercise but drink some cold water before sleeping:)
We all sweat — some people just do it more than others. If you’re a sweaty sleeper, these tips can help you get better quality sleep by helping you stay cool and dry.